What Was Gandhi's Non Cooperation Act

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After Mahatma Gandhi's release in 1931, Gandhi agreed to bring an end to civil disobedience in return for the release of political prisoners under the Gandhi- Irwin pact, and he attended the second round table discussions, representing Congress. However, he was dissatisfied with the outcome of these talks and resolved to restart the non- cooperation act in 1932. Until 1935, he fought to against British and Indian troops in Burma and north- eastern India to establish a provisional government in exile on the Nicobar Islands for a short time.

Congress and the British Government were deadlocked but in 1935, under the viceroy Lord Willington another India Act was passed that included much greater steps towards independence. However after the elections
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